AC/DC not retiring despite Malcolm Young`s illness, says Brian Johnson

London: AC/DC front man Brian Johnson has revealed that they have no plans to retire from the music scene, and will start working on their new album from next month.

The singer told the Telegraph that they were certainly coming together in May in Vancouver and will record something if they get some tunes or any ideas.

The 66-year-old musician added that he was not ruling anything out even though Malcolm Young has a debilitating illness.

Whilst speaking on band`s plans to celebrate their 40th anniversary with 40 concerts in 40 venues, Johnson said that would be a fantastic way to say goodbye and they would love to do it but it was all up in the air at the moment.

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